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A DE-ROMANISED LANDSCAPE IN NORTHERN GAUL: THE SCARPE VALLEY FROM THE 4TH TO THE 9TH CENTURY A.D.

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This paper illustrates the evolution of settlement types in a small territory between Antiquity and the Medieval period. During the Early and Mid Roman periods, the area was densely and uniformly covered by numerous modest rural estates, in a way that differs from the ‘classical’ villa pattern. Many of these remained active until the 4th c. During the 5th c., small villages of ‘Germanic’ type replaced scattered settlements. This clustering of rural population was accompanied by a change to a landscape consisting of clearings and uncultivated areas. In the new villages, Early Medieval properties, in which a quadrangular ditched enclosure contained scattered structures such as timber buildings, sunken huts, and storage pits, were not replaced by the type of dwelling associated with the ‘Medieval’ village until the 11th or 12th c.

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